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Mandy Stadtmiller comes to Manhattan in 2005, newly divorced, thirty years old, with a job at the New York Post, ready to conquer the city, the industry, and love in one fell swoop. She is brutally honest and unsparing of details in her descent into a sort of dating and marital hell. This happened a few times during the course of our dating relationship. It's probably hard for you to know what's personal when, by that point, you had already bared your intimate life in the Post column for years.

A SHOCKING SURVEY OF WOMEN IN NEW YORK CITY, DESIGNED TO SHED LIGHT ON THEIR SENSE OF "WELLNESS" IN THIS AGE OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT CLAIMS AND HIGH LEVELS OF INFERTILITY, CONCLUDES THAT 74% OF BIG APPLE WOMEN HAVE CRINGEWORTHY BODIES, POSSIBLY FROM HAVING SHIFTED INTEREST FROM LOVE AND SEX TO FOOD AND DRINK.

When I first saw this book on an Instagram Story of someone I follow, I thought nothing of the pretty pink cover and put it on my Goodreads "to read" shelf for another day. Like a "real-life Carrie Bradshaw" (so called by Jenny McCarthy!), she proceeded to chronicle her fearless attempts for nearly a decade in the Post, New York magazine, and xoJane.

Mandy Stadtmiller came to Manhattan in 2005, newly divorced, 30 years old, with a job at the New York Post, ready to conquer the city and the industry in one fell swoop. But what does stand out is my discovery that you can essentially live a life that appears to be a textbook manual for everything one can do wrong to find love - and still find Mr. Right.

With hysterical insight, unabashed sexuality, and unprecedented levels of raw, honest pain, Unwifeable is a "blisteringly candid" (Sarah Hepola, New York Times best-selling author of Blackout) book that you can't help but respond and relate to - perfect for fans of Amy Schumer sex and the city and Chelsea Handler.

There were times when I was reading this book that I was thinking about this review score. If you have not received your delivery following the estimated timeframe, we advise you to contact your local post office first, as the parcel may be there awaiting your collection.

Pam Cytrynbaum — whom Stadtmiller called one of her most influential professors — said Stadtmiller was more articulate and self-aware than most young adults during her time at NU. Stadtmiller never shied away from talking about taboo” topics like sex, drugs, intimacy and relationships, she said.

A SHOCKING SURVEY OF WOMEN IN NEW YORK CITY, DESIGNED TO SHED LIGHT ON THEIR SENSE OF "WELLNESS" IN THIS AGE OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT CLAIMS AND HIGH LEVELS OF INFERTILITY, CONCLUDES THAT 74% OF BIG APPLE WOMEN HAVE CRINGEWORTHY BODIES, POSSIBLY FROM HAVING SHIFTED INTEREST FROM LOVE AND SEX TO FOOD AND DRINK.

Unwifeable is a compulsively readable memoir Through hard work and reckonings, Stadmiller's sense of self shifts throughout the book, culminating in something she never expected would happen: a happy marriage, and a memoir that reads more like a revelation than a confessional column.

I remember reading Mandy Stadtmiller's pieces in the NY Post around 10 years ago so I really was excited to try this but the first couple chapters just weren't grabbing me. She says he is embarrassed” and ashamed” to be dating her; truth is, I don't know many people that would even be okay with having their sex lives published in the New York Post, let alone proud of it.

With hysterical insight, unabashed sexuality, and unprecedented levels of raw, honest pain, Unwifeable is a "blisteringly candid" (Sarah Hepola, New York Times bestselling author of Blackout) book that you can't help but respond and relate to-perfect for fans of Amy Schumer and Chelsea Handler.

There were times when I was reading this book that I was thinking about this review score. If you have not received your delivery following the estimated timeframe, we advise you to contact your local post office first, as the parcel may be there awaiting your collection.

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